It is important to avoid spreading of environmentally hazardous substances in the environment. This requirement limits the environmentally hazardous substances in the product.
Ingredient substances1 shall not be classified with the following hazard class and hazard statements in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures (CLP regulation), neither in EU-harmonised classification (in accordance with appendix VI in the CLP regulation) nor in self-classification.
1272/2008 on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures (CLP Regulation).
Classification in accordance with the CLP regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008
Hazardous to aquatic life - long lasting effects (category 1-2)
Enzymes (including stabilizers and preservatives in the enzyme raw material) if they are in liquid form or as encapsulated granules.
1Counted as ingredient substances are all substances in the product at levels greater than 0.01 weight%. Counted as ingredient substances are intentionally added substances and impurities from the raw materials in the product. Reaction products, by-products and degradation products are counted as impurities.
Note that the perfume mixture in this requirement is considered as an ingredient substance.
- Ecolabels fulfilling the requirement, for example:
License in accordance with Environmental Choice criteria for chemical products, version 2018:1
License in accordance with EU Ecolabel:
Hard surface cleaning products, 2017
Industrial and institutional automatic dishwasher detergents, 2017
Hand dishwashing detergents, 2017
Laundry detergents, 2017
- Raw material supplier's safety data sheets for ingredient substances in the product.
- Certificate from the manufacturer of the product stating that none of the substances in the product that is present in levels above 0,01 weight% have been classified as hazardous to the environment with H410 or H411. Safety data sheets for all the ingredient substances shall be available as a basis for the certificate.
- Other verification showing that the requirement is met.
This requirement can be verified with safety data sheets for all the ingredient substances in the product, i. e not with the safety data sheet for the product. See section “2 Hazard(s) identification” in the safety data sheets for the ingredient substances - the hazardous properties of the substance are listed here. Check that none of the specified hazard classes / hazard statements in the requirement are listed here.
The requirements for chemical-technical products are mainly set for the properties of products and the substances contained, and only in exceptional cases are requirements set for limiting individual specified substances. The intention with this approach is to stimulate technical development so that the environmental and health characteristics of chemical-technical products are continuously improved. Another important idea behind the criteria is to combine the lifecycle perspective with a risk perspective, in other words, focusing on aspects where there is significant risk of substances contained impacting on health or the environment. In some cases, specific relevant exceptions from the requirements are stated.
The version date indicates when the sustainability criterion was created or last updated. Last reviewed dated tells when we last checked that the sustainability criterion still is relevant.
Current KravID: 11286
Version date: 5/7/2019 12:00:00 AM